Philips Dividends 2016 Dividend Stocks in the United States

Philips Dividends 2016

Compare the dividend stocks in the United States by dividend yield, payout ratio, P/E, earnings per share (EPS) and dividend per share (DPS).

Beware of stocks with an extremely high dividend yield! This can be caused by a stock price that is extremely low, compared to the trailing twelve months (ttm) dividend. Or it can be caused by a special, one-time only super dividend.

Stock name Dividend Yield
Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria 2.000 5.48
National Research 0.400 5.46
Black Box 1.180 5.45
Deswell Industries -0.210 5.44
Vermilion Energy 1.640 5.44
Tessco Technologies 0.040 5.44
American Science And Engineering 0.200 5.41
John Hancock Bank And Thrift Opportunity Fund 5.39
Corecivic 2.580 5.36
Dws High Income Trust 5.35
United-guardian 0.650 5.34
Wsi Industries -0.520 5.33
Digirad -0.130 5.33
Sabine Royalty Trust 0.680 5.33
Rf Industries 1.440 5.33
Oha Investment 5.33
Pier 1 Imports 1.910 5.32
Stag Industrial 0.650 5.30
Royce Value Trust 5.29
Quad Graphics 1.810 5.29
Tanger Factory Outlet Centers 0.570 5.27
Gramercy Property Trust 5.26
Royce Focus Trust 5.25
Blackrock Muniyield California Insured Fund 5.24
Cheniere Energy Partners Lp 0.760 5.23
New York Comm Bancorp 1.140 5.23
Cone Midstream Partners Lp 1.300 5.22
Retail Properties Of America 0.100 5.21
Las Vegas Sands 1.300 5.14
Costamare 1.680 5.13
Ituran Location & Control 1.300 5.13
At&t 0.700 5.13
Ishares Iboxx $ High Yield Corporate Bond Fund 5.11
Vodafone Group 0.270 5.11
Firstenergy -0.030 5.10
Verizon Comm 0.500 5.09
Tribune Publishing 2.100 5.08
Nve 0.640 5.06
Ryman Hospitality Properties 1.220 5.04
Ellsworth Fund 5.02
Occidental Petroleum 0.980 5.01
China Yuchai International 2.500 5.00
Hollyfrontier 1.640 5.00
Aegon 1.880 5.00
Weingarten Realty Inv 0.120 5.00
Pitney Bowes 1.560 5.00
National Health Investors 0.130 4.97
L Brands 0.970 4.90
L. Brands 0.970 4.90
Credit Suisse Group 2.250 4.90

Articles featuring Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA):

Credit Suisse Is Top Financial Dividend Safety Dog For September

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Banco Bilbao: Dividends At Risk

BBVA (NYSE: BBVA) is a Spanish universal banking group with large exposure to emerging markets: Mexico and South America. It also has a significant presence in the United States and in Turkey. Source: Bloomberg, Renaissance Research The "mortgage floors case" would have a severe negative impact on BBVA: ~7% of YE15 equity or ~80% of FY16E earnings The "mortgage floors case" and its impact on Spanish banks have been an area of significant market debate for... Read more

BBVA: Should You Buy This 6.7% Yielder?

BBVA (NYSE: BBVA) is a Spanish bank with large exposure to high growth markets of Latin America and Turkey and historically has an above-average profitability compared to its closest European peers, leading to premium valuation compared to its peers. However, due to a cyclical downturn in emerging markets due to the commodities drop, the bank has de-rated and now trades at a discount to the European banking sector. While some could see this as a value play, BBVA's valuation appears to be... Read more

5 Solid Dividend Stocks With 5%-Plus Yields

Remember when you could get a 5% yield on a CD?Ah, those were the good old days. Today, you'd be lucky to get 5% on a relatively safe "high-yield" junk bond with a 10-year maturity, let alone something creditworthy and with a shorter duration. And yes, these days, it is regrettably necessary to put quotation marks around "high-yield."But despite the lack of yield in the bond market, you can still find a respectably high yield among dividend stocks.Sure, when choosing... Read more

Illusion And Dilution In Spanish Banks Dividends

The Spanish IBEX 35 Index, particularly its banks, has experienced a strong rally since July as recent macro indicators pointed towards a potential recovery of its economy, even if a faint one for the moment. The trend could well continue as long as positive news about the economy keep attracting investors who, for the last years, dumped their Spanish assets indiscriminately as the country went through its worst crisis in 30 years. Source: Yahoo finance Ibex35 sports a 4.5% yield versus... Read more

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